BeeTree Preserve is 263 beautiful acres of forests, fields, streams and wetlands located 25 miles north of Towson in Parkland, MD. Named for Beetree Run, a trout stream that meanders through the property, BeeTree Preserve's natural beauty and resources have welcomed visitors and inhabitants—both animal and human—for hundreds of years.
Come and enjoy it for yourself! BeeTree Preserve not only offers miles of scenic trails for your use but other facilities as well. Two open air pavilions (one with a fireplace), men's and women's restrooms, a large play field, and Adirondack shelters for camping are available for church, scout, school, business or family gatherings. Additional facilities are planned to make your visit to BeeTree Preserve as comfortable and delightful as possible.
The BeeTree Preserve borders the Torrey C. Brown Trail (formerly the NCR Trail) and contains two covered pavilions, bathroom facilities, and a cemetery/meditation area.
The BeeTree Preserve also includes the BeeTree Cemetery, offering a serene, natural setting reserved for members of Towson Presbyterian Church and their families. A scenic hiking trail links the cemetery to the rest of the Preserve.
NOTE: Overnight use of the Adirondack shelters at "Soldiers Ridge" is not permitted until further notice.